Lucknow: With the re-formation of the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh, work on the Startup mission has been started rapidly. This time the Yogi government has planned to take the ranking of the state to number one in the country to generate 10 lakh jobs and self-employment opportunities through startups. In the manifesto of the Bharatiya Janata Party released for the assembly elections, it was also promised to generate employment on a large scale, referring to the startup. Officials say that due to the roadmap prepared by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to provide employment to the people, many new startups will soon start in the state, to provide employment to one million people and make Uttar Pradesh number one in the startup ranking. target to be achieved.
According to officials of the IT and Electronics Department, soon the divisional level incubation centers will be set up in the state and 100 new incubation centers will be set up. At present about 20 incubation centers are functioning in Uttar Pradesh. Through these, providing management training or other necessary services will help in developing new startup companies. About 10,000 new startups will be set up through these incubators, which will provide direct employment to 50,000 people and indirect employment to one lakh people.
Subsidy will be given to good startups
In this era of Yogi government, incentives will also be given to those starting startups under the new policy. Officials say that to enable the startups to get skilled labor, a program to train the youth will also be run in the entire state. As well as startups that can operate at the national and international level. Even more necessary help for them will be provided by the department. This includes schemes like their financing, mentorship, as well as subsidy will be given to good startups.
1,219 startups have been established in the districts of Purvanchal
Officials claim that more than 3,500 startups have been set up due to the incentives given by the government to entrepreneurs willing to set up new startups in the policy. This has provided employment to more than 50,000 people. Maximum 1,154 startups have been set up in Noida, while 533 in Ghaziabad, 500 in Lucknow and a total of 1,219 startups have been set up in the districts of Bundelkhand and Purvanchal region. These startups are working in information technology, service sector, education, health, agriculture, textile sector.